The first-ever automated burrito dispenser is located in a 24-hour gas station in West Hollywood, Calif., and it will serve up your next meal in one minute.
The Burritobox has been described as a RedBox machine that dispenses burritos instead of movies.
What could be better than a microwaveable gas-station burrito? How about a microwaveable gas-station burrito that comes out of a vending machine. A Mobil station in West Hollywood, Calif., is now the home of the worlds first Burritobox, a bright orange vending machine that delivers warm burritos in 60 seconds.
You cant exactly customize your burrito, but you can choose from five varieties, including shredded beef and cheese, roasted potato, egg and cheese, and chorizo, sausage, egg and cheese.
Each costs $3, excluding tax and additional toppings. A side of sour cream costs an extra 50 cents, while Tabasco sauce is 65 cents and a guacamole is available for 75 cents.
Stoners aren”t complaining, but they wonder why the machine gives them burritos instead of DVD”s.